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RE: bermudagrass wars

Good Luck in the fight :)

I think it is like the saying goes-- the grass is always greener on the
other side of the fence.... Every area has something to conquer to make
the garden grow. Or a gardener who wants to grow something not suited
for their climate and soil type... 


> Well, I've got to go back to the nursery for lava sand in the morning
> but the bermudagrass war starts tomorrow! Got the greensand,
> meal and mulch today. Got the kelp meal last week. All the hackberry
> saplings and bermudagrass will die or I will trying to eradicate them
> this weekend. This stuff is bent on world domination and it's going
> - LOL. I may be walking like Fred Sanford by Tuesday, but I plan to
> this war. I'll let you know how it goes. Like Noreen told me off list,
> this is a very challenging environment to grow anything in. Wonder
> people do w/ normal soil??
> It's amazing...
> --
> Pam Evans
> Kemp TX/zone 8A

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